Royal Adelaide Hotel, Windsor
Modern, friendly and stylish accommodation in this 18th Century Windsor hotel.
- 18th century buildings
- Breakfast included
- Private car parking for a charge (on site)
- Public car parking for a charge (nearby)
- Children welcome
- Historic Property
- Children's cots
- Children's highchairs
- Sky Television
Food and Drinks
- English breakfast (included)
- Lunch available (at additional cost)
- Dinner available (at additional cost)
- Recommended walks
- Pub (walking distance)
- Historic houses
- Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
- Theatre (walking distance)
Privately owned, The Royal Adelaide prides itself on high levels of genuine hospitality. All 42 bedrooms have been designed with the sophisticated traveller in mind and have modern bathrooms, comfortable beds, flat screen TVs, full size writing desks, air-conditioning and access to Wi-Fi. The top guest rated Hotel In Windsor, situated directly opposite the famous Long Walk with its striking blue front and its large bright sash windows. It is just a short stroll from the shops, restaurants and galleries of Windsor and Eton. The hotel has undergone a multi-million pound enhancement achieving the highest standards possible and an AA 4 star rating and a Visit Britain Silver award.
The hotel has teamed up with O Spa Windsor, based in the Royal Windsor Station, with two treatment areas and is a real retreat. To make your spa booking simply mention this when making your reservation stating at what time you wish to have your treatment (subject to availability).
Relax package £270.00 (per room per night) This one day package is the perfect all-rounder. Executive double room, bottle of house champagne in your room on arrival, O Spa classic neck, back and shoulder massage (for two), manicure for two and full English breakfast the following day.
The close proximity to Legoland and other key attractions makes The Royal Adelaide an ideal base for a fun day out and full sized family rooms will ensure that your visit will be a pleasurable one.
History to the present day
The hotel was built for Queen Adelaide who was Consort Queen to William IV around the mid 1830's. Queen Adelaide's name is probably best remembered in the Australian state of South Australia, founded during the brief reign of William IV. The capital city of Adelaide was named after her in 1836.
Food and Drinks
At the heart of the building lies the Long Walk Brasserie & Bar which has an excellent reputation with locals and residents alike serving a variety of seasonal and freshly prepared dishes cooked to order. From the strong flavours of an authentic curry to the refinement of a fine dining experience, there is something for all the family to be found at the Royal Adelaide Hotel. Early Bird: Why not dine before you go out and visit Windsor? £9.95 for two courses. From 6.00pm - 8.00pm.
Watch all your favourite sport events in the new Ascot Lounge, equipped with a new 50’’ plasma screen TV. Tasty snacks and cold drinks are served directly to your table at no extra cost to you.
Arrival information and how to find us
Address: The Royal Adelaide Hotel, 46 King's Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2AG, United Kingdom
Address: The Royal Adelaide Hotel, 46 Kings Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2AG
Check In: From 3.00pm Check Out: By 11.00am
Directions: Easily accessible by road from the M3 (Junction 3) and the M4 (Junction 6). Come off M4 motorway onto A355 in the Windsor direction. At first roundabout, take 1st exit left into Clarence Road. Continue to the T-Junction at the end of Clarence Road/Victoria Street. At T-Junction turn right into Sheet Street which becomes Kings Road. Continue straight for approx. 300 metres on Kings Road. The hotel is a blue building on the right on the corner of Adelaide Square and Kings Road.
By rail: The hotel is a short taxi ride from Windsor and Eton Riverside Station - (to London Waterloo), or walking distance from Windsor central station (to London Paddington) and 15 minutes by road to Heathrow.
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